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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 5, Part F (2018)

Researches of reproductive features and viability of grey karakul sheep in the conditions of Karakalpak

Author(s)
Ajiniyazov B. K.
Abstract
Karakalpakstan is one of the largest and perspective regions of pasturable animal industries of Uzbekistan. Here there are big areas of not mastered pastures which should be mastered in immediate prospects (Ustyrt Plateau, the drained bottom of Aral Sea).
In article questions karakul sheep breeding are considered. These animals can adapt to severe natural-climatic conditions and give high-grade production.
The astrakhan fur made in Karakalpakstan, basically, is characterized by nobleness and a variety of commodity properties that is defined new sort of karakul sheep and intra pedigree astrakhan variety inherent in them. This difference in many respects promotes that it uses a steady consumer demand and commercial success in the -fur market.
Karakul sheep of black and partially severe coloring long since successfully get divorced in a southern part of Karakalpakstan. Last year’s steps on expansion of a zone of cultivation karakul sheep on the north, on Ustyrt Plateau become, try to expand and color assortment of production at the expense of cultivation karakul sheep of grey coloring on which last years the raised demand of the international market is marked. In this connection, studying of productive and some biological features grey karakul sheep in these zones of cultivation, is the actual problem having the big practical and economic value.
Pages: 362-365  |  246 Views  9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ajiniyazov B. K. . Researches of reproductive features and viability of grey karakul sheep in the conditions of Karakalpak. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(5): 362-365.
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